Connecticut Children's Blog
Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
Becoming The Center For Global Health Adam Silverman, MD is an emergency medicine and critical care specialist at Connecticut Children’s. He has also recently been named the director of the Center for Global Health at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Together, both he and newly appointed associate director Karen Callahan BSA, BSN, MHS, RN, CPN will […]
In anticipation of Connecticut Children’s 20th Anniversary on April 2, Scott Organek, Director of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Connecticut Children’s shares his experience since joining the organization on January 15, 1996! In the early 1990’s a young family friend was hit by a car while riding his bike home from school. During his recovery I […]
By Isabelle Endicott Isabelle joins our blog to share her experience attending a Super Sibling Saturday at Connecticut Children’s United Technologies Family Resource Center and how it benefited her son, Hayden. Our younger son Rylan was born with congenital heart defects and required open heart surgery. We have spent quite a few days in the hospital and […]
In honor of Child Life Month, Connecticut Children’s Child Life Specialist, Kelly Foy answers a few questions about the importance of Child Life and why she loves her job! What is a Child Life Specialist? A child life specialist helps patients and families understand the experience of being in the hospital. A four year old’s comprehension is […]